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Jean Francois Le Goff

(pontivy (France))

The sing of song


it's a song without title
a song without word
a song without sound

a song in our eyes
a song in our ears
a song in our hands
a song in our feet

We are singing the song
without title
a nameless song
It's a distant song
It's a future song

A song who says:
beyond future, beyond distances,
beyond nothing, beyond always

a song in a single colour
that we don't see

many colours
much colours
unknown colours

this was
a song of your mother
a song of your grandmothers
a song of one very old woman

Sleep, sleep my little love
Dream, dream my little love
when you close open your wide eyes

Submitted: Thursday, March 17, 2005

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  • Philippa Lane (3/22/2005 7:33:00 PM)

    Again, I have to tell you that this is a wonderful poem, full of original thought. I love the way you see things. My goodness, if you write such lovely poems en Anglais, whatever gems must you write en français? ! (Report) Reply

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